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    Re: Need Help With an Idea

    With the flat surface of the box I would think that chip carving would lend itself well to this. Ask your Grandpa about any special words or sayings that are appropriate to a wedding from your ethnic roots. This could be done in the original foreign language of your family.

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      Re: Need Help With an Idea

      With the flat surface of the box I would think that chip carving would lend itself well to this. Ask your Grandpa about any special words or sayings that are appropriate to a wedding from your ethnic roots. This could be done in the original foreign language of your family.

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        Re: Need Help With an Idea

        With the flat surface of the box I would think that chip carving would lend itself well to this. Ask your Grandpa about any special words or sayings that are appropriate to a wedding from your ethnic roots. This could be done in the original foreign language of your family.

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          Re: Need Help With an Idea

          It wasnt recently carving butr my uncle made a special box for use at all the family weddings. Its shaped like a old fashioned church, and the roof lifts off to get the envelopes out.
          I Cut It Six Times And It's Still Too Short!!!

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